Anonymous asked:

well, I like your site, but very soon I got completely tired with those flashing orange circles that really annoys me - more over, there is no description what they actually do and how to remove it. Please, make your interesting site more user friendly without this.... regards from an INTJ

You are more than welcome to spend your time and/or money to provide the blog with a theme of similar mechanics and appearance that you consider more user friendly. I would be happy to consider any theme you offer, and I’m glad you like the blog.

Anonymous asked:

Do INTJs sometimes feel a little warm in their heart about being the anomaly? I mean we are the 2% haha. Usually do INTJs (I deal with this a lot) have a very unusual contradiction of confidence borderline arrogance with our intellectual might, yet humility of not knowing enough about everything. I am a walking contradiction as I say both things in the same breath.

Some INTJs are arrogant, just as some of any type are arrogant, because a portion of all humans are arrogant, and most people are arrogant at some point in their lives.

If there is a higher rate of perceived arrogance among INTJs and other less common types, I propose it’s because these people have felt left out most of their lives and have finally found a way to feel special and understood.

INTJs in particular often seem arrogant to other types because we know what we do and don’t know, and what we are and are not capable of. We are confident in our knowledge and abilities, but also in understanding that there are gaps in both that we have yet to fill. It’s not so much arrogance and humility as blunt honesty, in my opinion- most people are simply so unused to seeing people behave like that that they don’t know how to label it without laying blame/praise on the ego.

mikoto-rin asked:

Hey dude Sorry you have to deal with these people who won't quit bothering you with troll questions and questions you don't want to answer Do you mind if I ask you a cool question then? How do you feel about being an INTJ?

I feel very little about being an INTJ. If I weren’t an INTJ, I’d be something else, and that’s fine too. It’s not a huge deal.

It’s like your blood type- on a few very specific occasions it’s really helpful to know your type, and it’s something you might want to tuck away in your memory forever, and it might be something you are interested in, but in general, it’s largely useless information. Knowing your type probably shouldn’t and wouldn’t largely alter your life, but might offer some clarity and insight where there was none before. That is the purpose it serves.

Also, if somebody in meatspace seems overly interested in your type (either sort), you may want to consider running the other way very quickly.

Anonymous asked:

Your responses only make it abundantly clear how easy it is to troll an INTJ. Wouldn't be surprised if your last ask was made my an ENTP lol.

It isn’t trolling. It’s a nuisance. I don’t get to just ignore the entire inbox; this blog is largely submission based. So when a bunch of special snowflakes decide they want validation from a stressed out stranger, I have to manually sort through all their ridiculous asks. It’s an endless flood if idiocy streaming through my inbox and making it difficult to find anything of actual value.

What I publish is only a tiny fraction of what I have to put up with. It’s annoying, it slows things down for everybody else who isn’t looking for asspats, and frankly, it makes me want to delete all related posts and close asks and submissions for a couple months just to get rid of them.

I think it’s fair for me to ask people to stop. I also think it’s fair for me to stop being nice about it when nobody listens.

Anonymous asked:

I am an INTJ girl-to-boy transgender brony, jehovah's witnesses, with congenital adrenal hyperplasia, and also a lefty. how statistically improbable am I ?????

You aren’t. You are just one human among 7 billion, all but identical, your genetics all but identical to vegetable matter. You are just one more vegetable. A completely nondescript cog in the machine that is life, there to be used and abused and replaced with an identical part when you finally wear out. You are not special. Nobody is special. We live and we die and we are forgotten. Less than a blip in time. You are forgettable and unimportant, like every other organism that ever walked, crawled, lurched, swam, or laid down roots on this planet. This planet is forgettable, just a tiny, soggy satellite of a tiny, unimportant star among hundreds of billions of other equally unimportant stars, making up a galaxy just as bland and uninteresting as its hundreds of billions of neighbors. There is nothing new. There is nothing unique. There is nothing special. Just cogs turning in a big, shapeless, pointless machine, achieving nothing but mere existence.

Anonymous asked:

How rare is it to be an intj with borderline personality disorder?


your own


I think I’ve been pretty clear on the matter, and I’m done being nice about it.

Also, there are no statistics from reliable sources correlating any one MBTI type with any mental illness or condition, as I’ve said countless times before, so nobody knows how they are distributed among the types anyway. Nobody. And you would know this if you all started googling your questions before asking them.

Anonymous asked:

hello, I'm just curious about something. do INTJs get physical to their friend? (like, suddenly hug someone whoever close to them, let's assume this someone are their friend). because there's this person I like who is an INTJ and I don't want to get the wrong idea (you know, false hope and all that).

Touchy feely is not generally an INTJ thing, whether we like somebody as a friend or as a potential LI. We tend only to invest in secure ventures. To be physical at all is to be vulnerable, and we are practically allergic to intentionally displaying vulnerability. We maintain our privacy and security very carefully. Most of us do not make casual contact, ever. Gratuitous physical contact is something that happens after the investment is secure (after we intimately trust the person, which is a slow and difficult process for many people).

If you like this person and you’re confused about how they feel towards you, just tell them you like them and ask them out. That should clear things up very quickly.

Anonymous asked:

Hi, I am a classic INTJ. Right now I have a big problem in choosing my university studies. I chose to study corporate finance. It has good perspectives & is universal in almost any country, any size of firm etc. I was told by many I have a knack for it. But everyone says I should study medicine. I am good at bio & biochem,forensics, studied a lot on my own. So many people saying this makes me wonder if I am wrong? I am now confused if my intuition was right or am I fooling myself? I enjoy both.

Corporate finance probably takes less school and therefore less money and you’ll hopefully find a job.

Medicine takes much more school and money and you’ll probably find a job but the hours will suck.

Biology alone will get you absolutely nothing.

In the end, trust your intuition. Other people aren’t going to think about it as long and hard as you will.